Sample Unicode Documents

Note: These documents consist of Unicode text with HTML tags, and therefore can only be viewed properly with a Unicode-compliant browser, such as Netscape Communicator 4.0 or above or Microsoft Internet Explorer 4.0 or above. The UCS-2 links denote the UCS little-endian 16-bit coded format, known as UCS-2 or UTF-16, and the UTF-8 links denote UCS Transformation Format 8. If you would like to have us add more files or add alternate versions of these files in different formats, please send us E-mail. Also, how about sending us translations of "Language Learning and Teaching" in a not-yet-represented language or script?

There is some useful information on Unicode and the Web at the web site of the University of Virginia Institute for Advanced Technology in the Humanities. Their Babble "synoptic viewer" project is impressive.

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